Clement J. Barnhorn

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(American/Ohio 1857-1935)

Clement John Barnhorn was born in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1857. Primarily, he is a world renowned sculptor.  Barnhorn spent six months in Italy in the winter of 1891-92, and in 1893, he went to study in Paris at the Academie Julian and was taught by William Bouguereau in Paris, France. He was a member of the Cincinnati Art Club as well as the National Sculpture Society.  He also acted as Head of the Sculpture Department at the Cincinnati Art Academy.  "The Crucifixion Group" (1929) is often considered his finest work and currently resides in the Church of Santa Monica.


Paris Salon, 1895 (prize)

Paris Expo, 1900 (medal)

Pan-Am Expo, Buffalo, New York, 1901 (prize)

St. Louis Expo, 1904 (medal)

Art Institute of Chicago

National Sculpture Society

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts